Of course, everyone always predicted it would happen And in this book it does--Myra Doom comes home to stay. Best of all, even though she survives Witch City, losing her wickedly wild-twin forever, spending a night in jail to really sink into her troubles on her own. A roadtrip back to a simpler time and even a simpler age--on a journey with Rock and a box of mixtapes, the plan for Saturnine returns. Disneyland and the coastal towns lend their salty shores and driftwood totems to escape the terrors of Nashua and to restore her from the claws of Jack, the Raven. In California, Myra dares to take a spirited ride on the Giant Dipper. And even as summer ends, she reunites with Huxley and the haunts of the old neighborhood, rediscovering her little world where she'd left it all like the book of forgotten dreams in her bedside table drawer.